Sports Roundup: Rough first half for Berlin boys soccer leads to loss against Glastonbury

Published on Thursday, 14 September 2017 23:17


BERLIN - It was not a good day for the Berlin boys soccer team.

Up against state-power Glastonbury, the Redcoats surrendered three first-half goals Thursday afternoon and it turned out to be the difference as they fell 3-0.

Alec Hughes, Sebby Sanzaro and Mike Bernardi registered the goals for the Tomahawks despite Berlin outshooting Glastonbury 18-15.

Jake Nelson saved four shots for Berlin which is 2-1.

Bristol Central 2, Southington 1: After a scoreless first half, both teams netted a goal in the second with Joe Colaccino scoring the long goal for the Blue Knights. But with 3:48 left in the game, Bristol Central’s Diego Naranjo suck a penalty kick that doomed the Rams. John Griffin saved seven shots for Southington, which is still looking for its first win of the season.


Glastonbury 1, Berlin 0: A first-half goal by Kacey Rolce was the difference between a Redcoats’ win or draw and a loss. Lindsey Walsh saved 16 of the 17 shots fired her way. Berlin is now 2-1-0 on the season.


Cheney Tech 3, Innovation 2: After each team traded the first three sets by a score if 25-19 with the Ravens winning the first and third sets, Cheney Tech took the last two (25-15 and 15-12) to win the match. Aliyah Merced had 14 digs for Innovation, while teammates Imani Rosado and Bailee Nardi had nine digs and seven kills respectively.

Posted in New Britain Herald, Berlin, General Sports, Innovation, Southington on Thursday, 14 September 2017 23:17. Updated: Thursday, 14 September 2017 23:20.